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# Match characters that are not inside certain HTML tag and does not contain a certain word

By : user2949014
Date : November 15 2020, 06:54 AM
With these it helps A regular expression is the incorrect tool for this job. Even if it's just for a "quick fix", it's still not the correct tool.
The tool I like to use here is called XPath. Using PHP's DOMDocument and DOMXPath classes, we can find the value(s) you want.
code :
<?php
$html = <<<END <p>This is one</p> <p>This is one x x x</p> <blockquote><i>something</i><p>This is one</p></blockquote> END;$DOM = new DOMDocument;
$DOM->loadHTML($html);
$xPath = new DOMXPath($DOM);

$p =$xPath->query('//p[not(contains(text(), "x x x")) and not(ancestor::blockquote)]');

foreach($p as$e){
echo $e->nodeValue; }  Share : ## RegEx to match all characters between the last occuring upper case word and another word in a String By : Xuân Tài Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM I hope this helps . I need to match all characters between the last occuring upper case word in a String and another word. Input Text:The CLEVER fox JUMPED OVER the big and (Hole 2) wall in the night. , This might not be the most effective solution, but it seems to work: code : String text = "The CLEVER fox JUMPED OVER the big wall in the night."; String regex = "(\\b[A-Z]+\\s)(?!.*\\b[A-Z]+\\b)(.+?)(\\sin)"; Matcher m = Pattern.compile(regex).matcher(text); if (m.find()) { System.out.println(m.group(2)); }  ## Regular expression to match every word starting with another word (including special characters) By : Chris Burrow Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM around this issue I'm not certain of your full question, but you'll need to use a Regex escaper for conditions like this one. The$ is a special character. It would be \$to actually search for a dollar sign. You should look up other special characters and be aware of them too, though C# regex escaper will do the tick. EDIT Like this: code : string[] names = { "Jordan Ghassari", "James Cunningham", "Ghabriel Bercholee", "O^Brian", "Depto #345", "This is Ex$ample",
"$amuel" }; string searchFor = Console.ReadLine(); // Input searchFor = @"(?:(?<=^|\s)(?=\S|$)|(?<=^|\S)(?=\s|\$))" + Regex.Escape(searchFor); // searchFor is input value to look for

Regex regEx = new Regex(searchFor, RegexOptions.IgnoreCase);

List<string> matchedNames = new List<string>();
foreach(string name in names){
if (regEx.IsMatch(name))
{
}
}

foreach (string match in matchedNames)
{
Console.WriteLine(match);
}


## Python match word to word list after removing repeating characters

By : ms2208
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you I have a list of words with positive and negative sentiment e.g. ['happy', 'sad'] , I would build regular expressions dynamically turning a word:
code :
happy

h+a+p+p+y+

import re

re_list = [re.compile("".join(["{}+".format(c) for c in x])) for x in ['happy', 'glad']]

for w in ["haaappy","saad","glaad"]:
print(w,any(re.match(x,w) for x in re_list))

haaappy True


## Regular expression to match characters inside a word

By : user3697448
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. Remove the ^ from it, that cause this. The caret mean basically "start the matching from the beginning of the line (token in your case)".

## Replace characters in an HTML document that match a regex, except those inside tags

By : Evgeny Visotsky
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue As pointed out in the comments a HTML parser is the ideal solution for your problem, however if you do for whatever reason want to use a regex, the following will work: